Organizations, Incentives and Employment
Proseminar Strategy and Organization in Technology Markets
Dr. Rafael Gomez
The course introduces students to models of incentives within the firm, the latest in behavioral economic research and also exposes students to modern theories of personnel economics. It then applies these models to analyze current organizational, human resource management and internal labour market issues and problems. The course content will be largely based on the prototypical Anglo-Saxon firm and labor market environment. As this corporate form is fast becoming the norm in most developing parts of the world, it is important that we cast our gaze more rigorously on it.
This course is designed as a combination of lectures and seminars. The first half of any class will begin with a real-world case for the topic of the day. Students will be asked to contribute their ideas and suggestions. The lecture materials of any topic will also introduce students to the key models and relevant theory. For the second half of each class, students will be asked to prepare answers to a set of questions that are found at the end of the outline. These answers will not have to be written up formally, but will be discussed in class and students will be asked to be prepared to answer any of the questions assigned. This course will be based on the Harvard Business School cold-call method. That is, students will be chosen at random to answer questions in any given class. This means that coming to class prepared is essential.
To apply, please send your CV and a recent transcript to Dainis Zegners (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 28.02.2014, 12:00 (confirmation of participation: 05.03.2014). By attending the kickoff session, you are bindingly enrolled into the seminar.
- The course is held as a block seminar in English
- Attendance to all lectures of the course is mandatory
- This seminar does not qualify for a Bachelor thesis at the ISTO according to the examination regulations (107 kB)
- The number of participants is limited to 20
|Dates||Monday, 09.06.2014, 09:00-12:00 & 14:00-17:00, Schackstr. 4/III, Room 307
Tuesday, 10.06.2014, 10:00-13:00 & 14:00-17:00, Schackstr. 4/III, Room 307
Wednesday, 11.06.2014, 09:00-12:00 & 14:00-17:00, Schackstr. 4/III, Room 307
Thursday, 12.06.2014, 09:00-12:00 & 14:00-17:00, Schackstr. 4/III, Room 307
Friday, 13.06.2014, 09:00-12:00 & 14:00-17:00, Schackstr. 4/III, Room 307
|Deadlines||Friday, 28.02.2014, 12:00 (Application)|
|Credits||3 ECTS in module M/F-BWL (PO 08)|
|Examination||60 minutes closed book exam on